USDD is a fully algorithmic stablecoin native to the Tron blockchain. The TRON DAO Reserve manages USDD and guarantees its price stability through a basket of reserve assets.
USDD is a low-cap asset with questionable collateral reserves.
USDD is a stablecoin that trades within 50bps of its peg to USD, which makes it a less volatile store of value.
USDD has an uncapped supply. USDD is exposed to death spiral risk as its price depends on another asset, thus creating negative feedback loops. USDD is an algorithmic stablecoin that operates similarly to UST whereby users can mint 1 USDD by burning 1 USD equivalent of TRX, and vice versa. USDD is custodied by the TRON DAO Reserve to ensure price stability with reserve assets. These assets currently consist of over $2B of collateral including TRX, BTC, USDT and USDC, and is higher than the amount of USDD in circulation.
USDD is a stablecoin that trades within 50bps of its peg to USD, which makes it a less volatile store of value. USDD is custodied by the TRON DAO Reserve to ensure price stability with reserve assets. These assets currently consist of over $2B of collateral including TRX, BTC, USDT and USDC, and is higher than the amount of USDD in circulation.
Decentralized USD has no dependencies.
USDD is an algorithmic stablecoin created by the Tron network. Its value is pegged to USD and kept stable through the Tron DAO Reserve, which oversees USDD as its early custodian and ensures its price stability with treasury reserves. USDD can only be minted and redeemed by whitelisted institutions with exclusive access to swap between USDD and TRX. Currently, there are only nine whitelisted intitutions in the DAO that can mint and redeem USDD.
The Tron DAO Reserve stabilizes the value of USDD by setting the risk-free yield and regulating the market through liquidity provision. The DAO also issues and custodies reserve assets to minimize systemic risks and ensure USDD stability. USDD is secured by overcollateralization of its treasury assets (TRX, BTC, ETH, USDC and USDT) with its collateral ratio set at 130%. Lastly, the DAO launched a Peg Stability Module (PSM) that allows users to swap between USDD and other stablecoins at a 1:1 rate with no slippage as another backstop for USDD.
USDD can only be minted through the Tron DAO Reserve by a limited group of trusted institutions during the initial stage of launch. The stablecoin is based on the Tron blockchain, which is more centralized as it only has 27 validators securing the network. The DAO pre-issued 999B tokens and initially transferred 1B tokens to an authorized, multi-signature contract as the early USDD reserves. The remaining 998B USDD will be transferred and staked in an issuance contract that is controlled by a 5/7 multisig with a 10-day timelock. The Tron DAO Reserve can authorize more USDD to be issued from the contract at any time via the multisig pending the timelock.